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Delphi Automotive has entered into a commercial partnership with BlackBerry for the development of its turnkey automated driving platform.
The French investigation into alleged emissions cheating by PSA and other automakers found suspect software had been used on almost 2 million vehicles sold by PSA, a report said.
Porsche and Bosch employees are being investigated by German prosecutors who are examining whether they were involved in VW's diesel-emissions fraud.
Volkswagen will cooperate with Nvidia on deep-learning software that could be used to manage mobility projects or make it easier for humans to work with robots.
VW agreed to buy back diesel cars with rigged software from a handful of customers in Germany who took the automaker to court. VW played down the significance of the ruling.
Bosch will build a $1.1 billion semiconductor plant in Germany, the biggest single investment in its history. The supplier is ramping up for demands for self-driving technologies.
BlackBerry said it has developed new software for running complex computer systems on vehicles, giving the once dominant smartphone maker a leg up in a burgeoning tech segment.
Ford is adding Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to its Sync 3-equipped 2016 vehicles for the first time via a wireless software update.
Toyota plans to use Nvidia’s autonomous driving platform for its upcoming self-driving cars. The chipmaker announced the partnership at its annual GPU Technology Conference.
The city of Portland, Ore., plans to subpoena Uber Technologies to force it to disclose software that helped its drivers evade local transportation regulators.
Samsung has got permission from South Korean authorities to domestically test a self-driving vehicle fitted with its electronic parts and software.
Tesla vehicles have dropped in Consumer Reports' ratings because the automaker failed to implement a safety feature that was expected to come standard.
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